MGHPCC to Feature HPC-Enabled Research Projects at SC22

October 18, 2022

Data Center Booth Will Illustrate Diversity of Research Hosted by MGHPCC

Read the MGHPCC Press Release

Holyoke, Massachusetts, October 18, 2022 – The Massachusetts Green High Performance Center (MGHPCC) will host a booth this month at SC22 that illustrates computationally intensive research being carried out by MGHPCC consortium members, and research computing infrastructure that the consortium has developed.

The MGHPCC booth will feature approximately 40 computationally intensive research projects being conducted by member universities and other institutions in a wide range of disciplines, including climate, energy, medicine, materials, health, space and computing. It will also feature a Minecraft world with a virtual tour of the MGHPCC Data Center and the campuses of participating institutions.

SC22 is the largest HPC conference in the country and includes scientists, engineers, researchers, educators, programmers, system administrators and developers.

The conference will be held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, TX. Exhibitor booths will be available November 14-17. A virtual option will also be available.

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